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these are our neighbors and they're going to continue to be our neighbors and so we're really here to help our neighbors. >> get their lives back together. >> it is neighbors helping neighbors. how some community members are rallying behind one another after tragedy. >> the show must go on. plans to rebuild a more they were kentucky landmark devastated by a fire. >> good morning. thank you for waking up was.
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>> and i'm adam clements. it is warm outside. spring like if you will. meteorologist brandon orr has your no wait weather. >> if you thought it was nice yesterday, wait till you see today. we saw wind gusts yesterday at 53 miles per hour. certainly not as windy today as it was yesterday. we do have clouds around from time to time. fifty-one degrees. so we're getting started warm. a lot of us will be in the 50s. some of us will drop in the 40s but we're dry on precision doppler 12 h.d. you see the clouds moving in from the west. don't see any green. we're not looking for any rainout of this. we'll see partly cloudy sky as we get to around midday. then i think we'll see the clouds clear out. sixty-eight degrees will be our
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more than 20 degrees above average this time of year. still keeping clear skies. coming up in fifteen minutes we talk about rain that moves in tomorrow. we'll go over by the hour by hour timing of that shortly guys. >> neighbors look out for neighbors that's what we do. in madisonville they take it to another level. >> the king towers fire claimed the life of firefighter darrell gordon and put 30 families on the street. that night strangers to the building's tenants offered to help. brad under willed built madisonville cares is about helping people get back on the path to a normal life -- >> four fires in madisonville have left families little or nothing before the fire. for doctor anthony lewis they were close to be settled in
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the stuff we plan managed to save is a small circle of items on the garage. >> the two were left with nothing and nowhere to go or at least that's what they thought. out of town at the time of the fire the two got a call breaking the news. >> we got a message from neighbor who just said would you like someone to be there for you when you see it? i just thought that was some nice person that was wear how it was going to be but that turned out to be one of the members madisonville committee -- >> madison people help people in crisis to come back. >> these are our neighbors so we're really here to help our neighbors get their lives back together. >> and in just 11 days lewis and goss wic are feeling stable
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rental house navenlt bore provided food. and neighborhood is doing it's part. >> neighbors just say here you go. here's a lamp that you might need. here's some chairs that you might need. it's been overwhelming and we appreciate it so much. >> lewis says without madisonville cares and the people of madisonville they might have had to move to indiana and live with family. >> it's very strange the things you want to get to are better would happen after you have to drop to the very low. >> again that is brad underwood reporting. we have more information linked at local12.com. especially if you're interested in helping out. >> a northern kentucky community is working together to rebuild a landmark gutted by fire. it was packed house for the
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at the rabbit hash general store. the difference was the location. since the store was burned down they rocked out in the barn across the street. residents say it's only matter of time before their beloved store will rise from the ashes. >> if this foundation had not remained there's no way we could have put something else here. it's just too close to the river too close to the creek. it just wouldn't happen. >> crews spent the day mapping out remains of the building with a 3d printer. fort thomas police launched a heroin highway interdiction team and already it's helping the community. officers arrested a 28 year old woman and confiscated what you see here in these exclusive pictures eight ounces of heroin,
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nine millimeter and $3,000 of cash. the task force is trying to reduce and remove drug addicted drivers from the roads. the woman will likely face federal charges. >> and the investigation continues this morning into how a man died in butler county. someone found the man's body thursday night in the park in westchester township. he was reported missing and hadn't been seen since february the 5th. the person who found his body de-- body said it looked like it had been there for a while. >> kentucky governor matt beaven says there is a way to pay for a new brish without tolls. fixing the existing bridge
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cost $3 billion -- bevan was in the tri-state to finance the project. that's one billion from the feds. one billion from ohio and another bill i don't know the from kentucky -- billion. >> do you drive the bridge a lot. >> enough. >> would you support tolls to fix it up and rebuild this. >> to keep the bridge in good standings yes. >> i would oppose it. i didn't like it of the 12th street bridge. i don't think i should have to pay to go across the bridge. >> governor bevan says kentucky could borrow money and pay it back. ohio would have to come up with a funding source as well. >> a growing tech trend takes personal computing to its highest level. it's gone from hands onto hands in. more and more people are bio hacking their body de-- bodies
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the radio frequency device is implanted between his thumb and index finger. he uses an app on his phone to oen open the dead bolt on his front door. >> i program it to send specific text -- turn on an alarm set a timer run a program, turn off your wi-fi. there's a vast number of things you can do with the actual chip. >> now his chip was injected using a syringe. he had a professional do it. it cost $150. he's had it for a year and he just recently told his parents. big event happening in northern kentucky. the special olympics regional basketball tournament happening. thirty-eight teams with 600 oh limb payance. the winners will compete the weekend of march 11th -- that's in louisville. it starts at 8:00 and goes until
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this is the 27th year for the event. >> women who have battled breast cancer will be honored at the twin objection country club. the goal of the event is to celebrate life for all of the women who have gone through breast cancer. there will be a breakfast lunch and speaks customers on hand. >> -- speakers. >> you can shop or dream about a new ride at the cincinnati expo this weekend. you have 400 cars to choose from including a red jaguar convertible for $11,000. you wouldn't have to drop that much cash if you don't want to though. they have cars from about any price range. they say some safety features separates newer cars from the rest. >> absolutely it's a great opportunity to bring your list check it twice. you're probably going to find some other things to consider so it's a great place to kick tires.
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>> the expo will also have things for kids to do. they're bringing in clouds. it runs through sunday. if you want more information including ticket prices head to local 12 dot com. >> still ahead today's the day. republicans heading to the polls in south carolina and democrats will caucus in nevada. >> when i saw it for the first time it brought an immediate lump to my throat and tears to my eyes. >> plus to infinity and beyond. space travel for tourists will soon be in your future.
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pit (phone ringing) you can't deal with something, by ignoring it. but that's how some presidential candidates seem to be dealing with social security. americans work hard, and pay into it. so our next president
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to keep it strong. (elephant noise) (donkey noise) hey candidates,
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you're looking at a live tower cam shot of cincinnati. brandon says it's going to warm up with spring like temperatures. well, the polls open soon in two states on the road to the white house. republicans head to the polls for the south carolina primary while the democrats will caucus in nevada. danielle has the latest from nevada. >> donald trump is urging americans to stop using apple devices until the company helps the u.s. government unlock the cell phone of one of the san bernardino attackers. he isn't shy. he told c.b.s. news he won't lie to the american people. >> you know one of my problems is i'm straight. i tell it straight. i tell it like it is. >> trump held a double-digit lead but a poll released friday shows him five points ahead of
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>> the next 24 hours we're fighting to determine if if next gen race will have the same cons 12i89 tuitional liberties everyone of us has been able to enjoy -- constitutional. >> it will be their first test of their appeal to minority voters for democrats. >> i'm really excited for the hispanic community right now. we have a lot of impact. >> nevada is 25 percent latino. immigration is major concern. >> i want people to come out of the shadows and register. i want them to be on a path to citizenship. >> sanders agrees. >> if congress does not do its job we will use the executive orders in the presidency. >> south carolina will hold a democratic primary next saturday. danielle nottingham. >> the polls open in just under
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the nevada caucuses will begin at 11 this morning. >> virgin galactic back in the race to become the first private company to blast into commercial space travel. >> founder sir richard braps son unveiled space ship two -- branson. this comes a year after the first exploded and killed the test pile loit pilot. it has new safety measures including preventing pilots from braking too early -- tourists could go into space if this works out. >> we're opening space to people from all walks of life. >> the space ship two will begin various stages of test flights. virgin galactic is among companies working on shut tells to fly people and cargo into space -- shut tells.
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good buys to justice scalia. it was somber in washington, d.c. -- goodbyes. vice president will be at the funeral today. he had a close relationship with justice scalia. his fellow justices will remember him as more of a considerable. the liberal justice ruth bader buddy. >> the nation is remembering harper lee. she died yesterday at 89 years old. her publisher says the author passed away peacefully and described her as an extraordinary woman. former president bush said lee was ahead of her time and to kill a morning bird productd american to catch up -- >> police officers in miami are
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beyonce's upcoming world tour. her backlash continued with her super bowl black lives matters themes in both and specifically to her back up dancers wearing costumes similar to the black panthers. >> still head on good morning cincinnati saturday. going out and about. plenty to do. lots of place to see. we'll do a preview coming up. >> first bringing joy to their teacher's eyes a texas classroom wanted to help their teachers celebrate a very special occasion. >> we're headed to 68 degrees.
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stood tends learned their teacher had -- did not have a birthday cake. the students sang happy birthday to him. presented him with a cake balloons and gifts and student described his reaction as perfect. isn't that sweet? >> that's cool. >> our teachers shape our lives and that's such kind thing. well, if you've been out and about it's been warm and windy. >> there were 13,000 customers without power yesterday. >> wow. >> i noticed that on the highway. >> it's taken time to get that back on but they made progress last night. wind gusts 53 degrees -- miles per hour. the highest winds we had sustained winds today nine miles
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can see the direction it's coming out of the south and west. the winds yesterday were so strong that brought us into the middle 60s yesterday. we have a few clouds from time to time. that's what the international airport is reporting. partly cloudy skies 51 degrees. that's very unusual this time of the morning since we're still in february. a lot of us into the 50s although there are some areas that had more clear skies than others and that allowed us to drop into the 40s. but we're all going to rise back into the 60s today. many of us very well into the 60s. >> we're dry on precision doppler 12 h.d. and we don't expect to see anything today but this time tomorrow precision h.d. will be different. we'll have rain moving in. we have clouds moving in. you see this area in gray
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we'll have clouds until midday but you don't see rain embedded with any of that. so the chance of rain is zero. we'll not see anything. we'll have clouds around through midday and then it becomes mostly sunny into the afternoon 68 is our high temperature by 3:00 o'clock. that's where we're going to sit until four or 5:00 o'clock. if you're going out this evening it's going to be very mild dropping out of the 60s into the 50s by 9:00 o'clock. as our winds are pulling in from the south and west that's what we're looking to see where our temperatures are coming from. it's nearly 60 december degrees. in paducah 58. 66 in memphis -- it will likely make it into the 70s and even 80s in the great plains. so we have mostly sunny skies today until late tonight into early tomorrow morning. look what is coming up from kentucky. we have clouds. that's that area in white. green is rain.
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by the time we come on tomorrow we'll have rain to track on precision doppler 12 h.d. pushing into downtown. we could see rainfall amounts up to half to three-quarters of an inch so it could come down moderate to heavy and then it moves out by early afternoon. so if you have to do anything sunday and you want to avoid rain later the better. especially into the early evening we can get the rainout of here but we'll keep clouds around. these are going to be high clouds monday that we have around. not going to cause too much problems but we do cool down from 68 to 54 with that rain moving through sunday. the record for today is 72 degrees. that was set back in the 1800s. not going to quite make it there but we're going to make it pretty close with that 68. also watching this storm system wednesday into thursday. that looks to be a strong one.
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transitions to snow. exactly how much snow we get depends on how that direction. every season on the forecast -- >> 68? >> that's a good thing to watch the ice right underneath it. >> lots going on this weekend here in the tri-state. we're going to preview a few
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your family if y you'r'r welcome back cincinnati. it's 555 but 51 outside. still a warm morning with carry over but brandon orr is telling us the wind is dying down. he'll have your full forecast which has something for everyone coming up in just a moment. >> in the meantime time for a look for things you can do as you go out and about. here's jen dalton. >> good morning everyone.
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on cincinnati stages. here are a couple ideas for you. first the cincinnati symphony orchestra will be performing spring to go along with the warm weather. it's a program of american masters which captures the vast open pen necessary in our country's pioneer spirit -- and you can enjoy a preshow concert played by cunningham and roberts of the blue grass all stars. that will be great. >> also on stage the warsaw federal incline theater -- avenue q is a laugh out loud musical which tells of a recent college grad shows avenue q is not your ordinary neighborhood. it runs through march 6th and there are adults -- adult scenes involved. >> this is the last weekend to
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dwa afters -- dwarfs. it's fantastic so don't miss it. >> for a full list of events and more information on these activities go to local12.com. >> i'm jen dalton have a great weekend. >> you do the same. still ahead thank you very much. men need apple perking too. am i right? >> -- apple perking. >> we're going to have a preview of an event with a special appearance. >> plus turning things around. how a local community is working to make neighborhood streets safer for others this morning. >> and a new sport for dogs. local 12 megan moore is going to join from us claremont county
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place this morning. my computer's dying again. you'll need to email us so we can issue you a ticket. but you're right here. it's protocol. or, you can try staples tech services next day guarantee. it's fast and done right. i'll do that instead. that's not protocol marsha. in by noon, out by 5 the next day. staples. make more happen. working to make the streets safer in westwood.
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supporters opening an office in the tri-state. >> dogs are getting the show off their natural hunting skills in a sport that is growing in popularity. we'll tell you-all about it coming up. >> i am intrigued. thank you very much. i'm adam clements. >> i'm liz bonis. we're going to have more on all of those stories. first if you stepped outside it does not feel like the middle of february. it feels like spring. here's brandon orr with your no wait weather. hi, brandon. >> can you believe our average low is into the upper 20s. it's nowhere near that right now. we're 20 degrees above that. sitting at 51 at the airport. a couple areas have dropped into the kwort -- 40s. that's where we have fog developing north of downtown in
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visibility. that's as good as it gets at the international airport but down half a mile in middle town. butler county. on the weather camera up near oxford i'm not picking up on any on our camera here but visibility we're seeing reductions in the area. so keep that in mind. we do have clouds around but we're not seeing anything being picked up on doppler 12 h.d. we have a few clouds around. you can see this area pushing in from the west but there's no green with it. mostly sunny skies but coming up in fifteen minutes rain arrives tomorrow morning. we'll let you know when it moves week. yeah there's snow in the forecast. expect. >> thank you, brajd done. >> a local street that has had problems with crime will soon
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>> you'll see a lot of boarded up homes and just a few weeks ago someone was killed but people are trying to turn things around. angela ingram has more on the effort to make that happen. >> children are playing and enjoying the day but all around them tires, clothes, empty bottles and trash in general is a condition that's plagued the area along with crime. >> this area is an area that has had quite a number of acts of violence including fatal and none fatal shootings and that clearly and most impactfully affects quality of life. >> mary jenkins is the president of westwood civic association -- >> the boarded up buildings and lack of investment in the area
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this investment -- dis investment leads to flight leads to additional blight, a loss of guardianship, and essential criminality, and in this particular case it was homicide. >> patty hogan isn't from the neighborhood but wants to bring volunteers to help. she says the clean up efforts in price hill have helped significantly. and so have know your neighbor days. >> we've had basketball tournaments and invited people to come in and we've had resources an engaged kids and provided resources for families. >> the women hope they can bring together a neighborhood and keep an area safe. >> everybody who lives on this street and anywhere else in westwood deserves to live in a clean and safe environment. once again that was angela ingram reporting. the west wood civil -- civic association has tried to
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so far there hasn't been enough interest. >> the alleged architect of a ponz sooe scheme will have to face-off with prior employees -- both have agreed to plead guilty. they both worked at the office of william apositive tell husband -- he and his wife are accused of bilking 100 investors out of millions of dollars. fairchild and ride dell will help prosecutors in the case. >> check this out. terrifying video out of houston showing a speedy train barely missing a school bus passing just inches of the rear of the bus. the driver pulled across the tracks and barely made it through before the train passed by. >> we were all screaming and telling her to move forward and everyone was just really
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terrified at the moment. >> rightfully so. the driver told investigators the students were so loud she couldn't drive safely but she was fired for not following protocol. drivers have to stop 15 feet from the track open the door and then look and listen. >> happening today 18 eight fine men salon is celebrating it's grand hoping -- marvin lewis expected to be therein oakley station. the celebration features an next soment particular car show fine cigars and yaft beer and cars. 1215. >> -- also happening today hillary clinton's campaign hosting a kick off party in the tri-state. former mayor mark mallory will be there.
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clinton supporters and volunteers. that kick off party begins at 1:30 this afternoon. we are going on a barn hunt this morning. yes. a barn hunt. it eease a new dog sport that is growing in popularity -- it's a new dog sport where dog will get to show off their skills. megan moore is live at the claremont county dog draining club where they're getting ready for the barn hunt. i'm excited. tell me about it. >> yeah. it sounds pretty interesting. i've never heard about it. tack about what is a barn hunt. i'm here with sandy with the club. what is a barn hunt? >> a barn hunt is an opportunity hunting skills. we build a mays out of straw bales and hide the rats inside the tubes -- the dog never see the rats. they just smell it -- and then they have a certain amount of time to find a rat.
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benefit for your dog in doing this? >> all performance sports give your dog an opportunity to use the skilts they were bread for. they get exercise -- it's a team building skill with you and your dog. so it's keeping your dog healthier and getting along better with you. >> the competition here is going to kick off 8:00 o'clock this morning. >> right you.. >> you said this is an all day event. >> yes we'll have 120 dogs. we'll go until 6:00 o'clock. as the day goes along the courses get more difficult. >> ok. and you said all breads. >> all breeds. we have of course a lot of tear years. but we also have a great dane coming in. we have a new finland. we have a couple border cool lease. so it's for any breed of dog or mixed breed dog. >> last but not least we got to
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>> this is our rash ribbon. it's a rat champion. you need 10 qualifying runs on master course to get this beautiful ribbon. >> isn't that cute? >> it's adorable. i love it. that's quite the prize. i expect you to bring one back for us. >> maybe you can run the course and you can get one of these adam. >> thank you, megan. >> coming up at 6:30 you will get to see the dogs in action. that's what you've within waiting for the as they hunt for the rats -- you've been waiting for the. >> still warning about the flue in the tri-state. >> many people will be put on antiviral treatment which will lessen the course of the of the flue.
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concerned it's nonot flu starts spreading and it's tough to stop the flue anywhere. >> the virus is spread from person to person mainly when we cough and sneeze.
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of infection control at saint elizabeth healthcare -- the good news it's not too late to get the vaccine. the bad news with exposure the flue strikes suddenly. >> the flue doesn't me grand under. it just hits you and you're fine one minute and the next minute you're on the couch. people say it hurts so badly and they feel wiped out for a good week. >> if you get sick suddenly at that point missouri flu or antiviral medication -- can help you reduce serious congestion body aches and fever. one of the main problems is the complications to flue like pneumonia. breathing problems and res that -- respiratory concerns usually bring people into the emergency room.
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the black line shows that still overall these are lower than last year. but the big news here according to burns is that the flue has hit quickly. for weeks maybe they've been coming into see a case or two admitted into the hospital. >> a couple weeks ago on monday we hit 23. the reason she says a couple weeks we're behind. we're catching up on the numbers but we have more information at local12.com. hover on news and click on the get it now link. temperatures? makes you think about baseball doesn't this coming up on good morning cincinnati saturday
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for a look (donkey sound) (elephant sound) there's a big difference between making noise, (tapping sound) and making sense. (elephant sound) (donkey sound) when it comes to social security, we need more than lip service. our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong. (elephant noise) hey candidates. enough talk.
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today in the nation's capital xavier looking to keep it rolling. x needed a shot and pay back. georgetown one of three teams to knock off the muskies this season. a nine point win back in january at cintas center. the main thing is trying to be as focused and consistent now that march is on it's way around. we got to take things game by game. we have to worry about the
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we got to be ready for play time. it's starting in crunch time. if the bear cats on u.c. weren't on now they certainly are not. with two losses in their last four games their wow factor is losing a little luster. thursday in tulsa they simply could not seal the deal. nick cronin's team was able to battle back. they let opportunities away. they have to focus on what's next. that's a huge battle against the huskies of uconn. we should have won this game by 10 or 12 points in my opinion. give tulsa credit. they did what they had to do to win. i'm worried about uconn saturday at four.
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saturday's game is going to be tough period. can't be any tougher than it was already going to be. it's like that every time we play connecticut. >> a great day of basketball ahead. red hawks run at two. u.c. against uconn. wild cats taking on the aggies of a&m. north and wright state at seven. buckeyes and hoosiers against the boiler makers. >> after losing last season spring training price has great arms out. while they are young they aren't new to the show. last year nine rookie pitchers made 110 starts but they could use a veteran leader. let's hope that's homer bailey. homer bailey working his way back from tommy jobs surgery. bailey's rehab continues to be
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before pitching off a regulation mound. the reds expect him back a couple months hopefully into the season. our spring training coverage gets under way this sunday. you can follow me on twitter. send the questions you have for the reds and we'll try to get them answered while we're out there in arizona. that's your look at sports. go out and make it an outstanding weekend. see you soon. >> thanks, it's going to be a really nice weekend. it's going to be breezy. we could see wind gusts to around 20. that's nothing compared to the wind gusts of 53 miles per hour that we saw yesterday. that brought down trees and outages. not seeing that right now. sustained winds at the airport is about the most we got. some areas have zero in terms of wind speed this morning. the atrium medical center weather center we do have clouds
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partly cloudy skies at the international airport. fifty-one degrees is the temperature. more than 20 degrees above where we typically r that's where we are dropping into the 40s in a couple areas. the temperature could drop at the international airport a couple degrees before sunrise. forty-nine in harrison. thirty-six in versailles. 51 in georgetown. northern kentucky sitting in the low 50s as well -- the clouds we have around are not making any rainfall. you can see clouds looking gray. looking west we're not seeing any rain. the clouds will move out around midday. we'll have clouds around until the noon hour. that's when we'll break out into the sunny skies with temperatures around 68 degrees. big time warm up. sixty-eight at 4:00 o'clock. and then it begins to slowly fall if you're headed out for activities. it's going to be nice. sixty degrees by 8:00 o'clock.
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it will take until sunday to get the temperatures do you know when we start to see rain pushing in -- a lot of winds pushing in from the south. as long as they do we'll have warm temperatures. fifty-eight degrees in paducah. especially since they have clouds around last night. that's the warm air that will continue to stream in. you see the 50s and 60s down dallas. that's going boost our temperatures warmer than yesterday during the day today. likely highs topping out at around 68 degrees. so today mostly clear skies but notice what's moving in our direction. late tonight into early tomorrow morning. clouds are in white. green is rain. that starts to push in early sunday morning. so maybe you're going out for services sunday morning. you might encounter wet roadways. we could see rainfall amounts to a half to three-quarters of an inch in some areas. it could come down heavy but it moves out sunday.
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about later sunday well have much dryer conditions than earlier in the day sunday. a few high thin clouds monday. and then we'll look out for our next storm system that starts to push in towards the middle of next workweek. sixty-eight today. fifty-four sunday. record high today 72 degrees. not going to make it there. there's that next storm system wednesday into thursday. looks to start out as rain. could see gusty rains. change over to snow. guys coming up i have another graphic that will detail that next storm system because it could be a big one next weekend. >> speaking of high ones i know we saw them here a fire nato or fire whirl if you will was spotted in missouri earlier this week -- it happened at the federal borough of prisons. investigators say crews were mowing the grass when the fire started. the weather was extremely dry and the high winds ended up fan thing out the flames. fortunately no one was hurt but unbelievable.
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was really gusty you saw that circulating. we could see some of those winds. the leaves were doing that. you take a fire like that man. >> absolutely scary stuff. >> yeah. the fire is so hot it rises into a torn nate -- tornado. >> thanks, brandon. >> it is a different odd kind of weird how one arkansas town feels about a shoe problem in
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we're going to explain that welcome back. the residents have dealt with confusion for years. >> sometimes you come and the whole road is covered with shoes. >> old sneakers hiking boots and even a hot pink high he'll. >> they got some nice ones up there too -- all came from a centuries old oak on this country road. >> since i was a kid and it seems to bloom more this time of year. >> sheila and elizabeth have lived in the area for decades. but neither them more anyone else can vouch for how it started. >> i have no idea. it's been a his storm rick call thing for ages -- historical. >> i record -- reckon it's a legend. >> locals say the start of shoe row to has been around since the
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it stands as a landmark for the tiny town. >> if you say shoe tree everybody knows where you're at. >> passing by and buddy had never seen it so i showed him. >> the tree attracted kenneth. it's become a regular stop on his motorcycle ride. >> it's strange but different. >> kathy lives next to the tree. she is happy to share it's glory with everyone else. >> i just thought it was pretty neat to live on the property where the shoe tree is actually it is on this property. i still wonder what it symbolize ses. >> -- now the tree was almost cut down years ago. eight years ago rather. town leaders feared it blocked the intersection but it is still standing as you can see. >> i love that. >> you know where was the gum tree?
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>> i remember seeing video of that. >> it was when i was at ohio state. that's where that was. >> we know how that got started. >> that's right. >> crazy games and lots of people out celebrating. >> still ahead on good morning cincinnati saturday. paying off. how a northern kentucky police department is combatting the heroin epidemic. >> plus it's a big day in the presidential campaign. we have a primary and caucus. >> plus a power outage and a lot of problems. mother nature may be bringing us warm weather but she caused quite a mess yesterday.
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a big day in politics. today is the primary in south carolina and caucuses in nevada. >> plus a friday night tradition continues after the general store burned to the ground. >> and glad to hear that. good morning everybody. thank you for waking up on good morning cincinnati saturday. i'm liz bonis. >> and i'm adam clements. first we want to check the forecast. it is 51 degrees. it's warm and windy yesterday. it's going to be warmer today. here's meteorologist brandon orr with your no wait weather. >> hey adam you know it's going to be a warm day when it's already 51 degrees but at least we're not dealing with the winds
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we still have hundreds without power and these were caused by required equipment. we're done with the wind. we're looking pretty good today. we're in the 40s and 50s. we do have some light fog to deal with at the international airport visibility is at seven. that's pretty good. not dealing with a lot of fog there but hamilton and middleton we're seeing a lot of fog. we could see fog down to a quarter mile visibility. not too bad but keep an eye out for it. the weather center cam shows clouds. we're not having any rainfall. we just have clouds that are pushing in from the west but no rain embedded within any of this. i think a lot of clouds will start to push out by the noon hour. and then we turn sunny as we go into the afternoon. look at this temperature right
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that's where we're headed later on this afternoon. way above average for this time of year. even later on tonight we're dropping down to 59 degrees. so coming up shortly we'll talk about rain arriving tomorrow and we'll go over the time big that forecast. we're going to into detail with a big turn around in terms of temperatures in the seven day. >> thank you. >> cincinnati police are investigating a serious crash outside district 4 headquarters. police say man lost control of his vehicle right around 11:00 o'clock last night near the norwood lateral. he crossed the center line and hit a tow truck. the tow truck driver was not hurt but the driver of the car is in critical condition. he's been identified at 39-year-old laden wood. speed and driving under the influence did play a role in the crash. reading road has been reopened.
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knows how to look out for each other. >> after devastating fires neighbors have pitched into help in madisonville. brad underwood tells us about an organization helping people get back on their feat. >> four fires in madisonville have left families with little or nothing to show of life before the fires. for doctor lewis and jeffrey goswick they were close to being settled in their home and now they're lost. >> little by little he said the stuff we plan managed to save ask a small circle of items on the floor of a garage. >> the two were left with nothing and nowhere to go or at least that's what they thought. out of town at the time of the fire the two got a call breaking the news. >> we got a message from neighbor who just said would you like someone to be there for you? you know i thought that was some
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horrible it was going to be but that turned out to be one of the members of madisonville cares committee. >> madisonville cares help people in crisis navigate their way back. >> these are our neighbors and they're going to continue to be our neighbors and so we're really here to help our neighbors. get their lives back together. and in just 11 days lewis and goswick are feeling stable again. a neighbor provided a rental house. a neighbor provided food. a neighborhood is doing it's part. >> neighbors just say here you go. here's a lamp that you might need. here's some chairs that you might need. it's been overwhelming and we appreciate it so much. >> lewis says without madisonville cares and the people of madisonville they might have had to move to indiana -- indiana and live with family. >> it's very strange that the
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that are better would happen after you drop to the very low. >> again that's brad underwood reporting. we are linked more information about the group. if you're interested in helping go to local12.com and click on news. >> remember those nasty winds yesterday they force add family out of their home. those gusts sent a tree crashing into this home in miami township. >> interests that whipped you can hear -- there's that wind you can hear. wind tried to do that but firefighters one step ahead. they tied the tree to another one and it ended up working. and look at this. this is what the base of that tree looks like now. you can see the roots moving with the wind. a lot of damage done yesterday. fortunately it didn't have other than those power outages didn't have a whole lot of reports of damage.
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launched a heroin highway inter addiction team and now it has paid off. officers araetsdd a 28 year old cincinnati woman and confiscated what you see in these pictures. they found heroin, crack, a loaded gun and stack of cash. it happened on i-275. the task force now trying to reduce the risk to all of us by removing dangerous drug edebted -- addicted drivers from the road. investigators are working to figure out how man found dead in a butler county park died. someone found the man's body thursday night in the park in westchester township. he was reported missing last week. he had not been seen since february the 5th. investigators have not said if his death is suspicious. the person who found his body said it looked like it had been there for a while. >> ohio governor case sick has
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crisscrossing south carolina -- he has work to do. he's among the five candidates chasing front runner donald trump who has a lead over the rest of the pack. if you ask trump he says a victory in the palmetto state clears the way for the g.o.p. nomination. >> if we can do something great i've been here so often i i come to south carolina name i love i love the people. if we can do something special here we're going to run the table -- >> things much tighter for the democrats who show sanders within three points of clinton in nevada. that caucus is happening today as well. sanders and clinton will try to population. they've been stressing inequality. >> i will immediately begin working on the priority legislation that i want the congress to deal with right away and immigration reform will be among those issues. >> they should be concerned.
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not be working for nine or 10 bucks an hour. >> we'll have our eye on both the nevada democratic caucus in the south carolina primary and you'll find updates at local12.com and we'll have all the results for you tonight on local 12 at 11. >> the price is right is coming to the horse shoe casino. it will be played at 8:00 tonight and tomorrow. people can win appliances vacations and cars and play classic games from the price is right. >> february is national heart month and tonight is cincinnati's big gala to raise money for the american heart association this is video of a previous year. the heart ball starts with cocktails at the duke energy center the black tie affair includes other things. last year they raids they a
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>> the show must go on. >> sounding good. the house was packed for the regular friday night jam session at the rabbit hash general store the only difference was the location. since the store burned they rocked out at a barn across the street keeping the tradition going because they know before long the beloved store will rise from the ashes. >> if this floor and foundation shins system had not remained then there was know way we could ever put something else here. it's just too close to the river too close to the creek. it just wouldn't happen. >> with a little help from 3d laser scanning equipment they started mapping it out and started bringing back the heart and soul of rabbit -- rabbit hash.
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think there was one in columbus ohio state. it will come to me. >> that's what we love when we don't know. >> our viewers know. leslie, thank you. >> water conditions are improving in sebring, ohio there's good news. the results for recent tests of lead. >> first funeral for about on the anyone scalia today in the
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pwe my computer's dying again. you'll need to email us so we can issue you a ticket. but you're right here. it's protocol. or, you can try staples tech services next day guarantee. it's fast and done right. i'll do that instead. that's not protocol marsha. in by noon, out by 5 the next day.
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(phone ringing) you can't deal with something, by ignoring it. but that's how some presidential candidates seem to be dealing with social security. americans work hard, and pay into it. so our next president needs a real plan to keep it strong. (elephant noise) (donkey noise) hey candidates,
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good morning a funeral for justice scalia is set today for the justice in the national shrine of the emack cool late conception -- immack cool late conception. he's 79 years old. he died after three decades on
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more than 3,000 people including president obama and former law clerks paid tribute to scalia at the supreme court friday where his casket was lying in repose. and people all over the world grieving the death of harper lee the author of to kill a mocking bird. she is suffered a major strike and died yesterday at the age of 89. to kill a mock king bird was an instant success. for decades racial inequality has been standard inequality in schools across america -- >> water levels in seen bring ohio are below the threshold of -- for lead. -- state environment officials say the operator of the village water plant waited months to notify people of high levels of
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2(e) p.a. employees were fired and one was demoted over how the situation was handled -- >> xavier in sports. >> weed control at a local cemetery. the animals grazing the property will keep it looking nice. >> no chance of rain for today but that changes as soon as tomorrow morning.
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expect by the end of the wind by weather we saw in the tri-state hit the windy city. powerful winds in the chicago area caused a wall to collapse
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chicago police finally closed downtown streets because debris was flying off the buildings. willis tower closed it's sky deck and attractions. chicago is still under a high wind warning with gusts up to 60 miles per hour possible. weather service says driving could be hazardous for vehicles where you it is high year in the air things like your s.u.v. you had to look up high profile vehicles were so you it is high year and you can tip over. we had it here yesterday. >> yes we had a couple accidents caused by high winds but those same winds are making it warm. >> you can feel it shaking. >> but another warm day into the 60s. you said you're going to wear flip-flops. >> i'm going to wear flip-flops and maybe bust out some shorts. >> when it's 68 now it's break out flip-flops but in september
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>> please take pictures. >> the winds caused the big warm up yesterday coming in from the south and west. they were pretty strong. in chicago they had wind gusts 55 miles per hour easily. lunken you see wind gusts there of 53 miles per hour. the rest of us between around 45 to 50 miles per hour. we saw middle town augusta 48. that was the highest we've seen. the winds are not nearly as bad. right now sustained winds at the international airport six. you can barely even feel that. so a few clouds on the cameras. not going to see the winds. it may get up to 10 or above that at the international airport. just a light breeze out of the south and west. down 50. could drop into the 40s.
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harrison is 45 degrees. we clear out clouds from time to time. that's when the temperature drops. where you have clouds temperatures are warmer. temperatures will be in the 40s but warming up 20 degrees warmer than that this afternoon. not seeing any rain on precision doppler 12 h.d. and i don't think we're going to see rain today. despite clouds moving through. you can see them in gray. they're thicker off towards the west so it could be partly cloudy through midday. and then they'll clear on out once we get the hearing of the day. we'll start to see more sunshine. so mostly sunny skies is going warm us up to 68 degrees later on today. that's warm but not record high temperatures. record for this time of year is 72. not quite making it there. fifty-nine by 9:00 o'clock. you see mostly sunny skies throughout the day. clouds move in early tomorrow morning.
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developing across the area by sunday morning. at times. best chance of rain is in northern kentucky. i think all of us will see some rain during the day sunday. could see rainfall amounts between half to three-quarters of an inch. that's why it could come down moderate by midday and dry out as we get towards late in the day sunday with high clouds pushing through monday but our next storm system will likely be a strong one. it's going effect a lot of people. this is how it looks to play out now but we're trying to track the exact movement of this area of low pressure and with this shift to the south going to shift snow to the south or shifts to the north there's more rain in the area versus snow. right now they -- it will move through kentucky. wednesday night into thursday the winds switch around and changes rain over to snow
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so it looks like mostly rain wednesday and snow showers thursday. we'll continue to see those on and off through that day. sixty-eight degrees. fifty-four. with rain pushing through sunday. we're back down the 40s. our average high is 44. we're going to be pretty close to that next week until we get to that storm system thursday. that's when we'll be watching through the rest of the weekend. >> can i just live in today? can i just enjoy this? let's embrace it? 68. february. get off me. i have to go back and see the last time we had that. it may have been christmas. >> people were out in their shorts. some big events going on this february weekend in the tri-state. jen dalton is going to tell us
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uu welcome back. outside. brandon says we're going to hit a high of 68. you're looking at our tower cam. it's hazy here but what a day if you have things you need to do about. speaking of that time to look at things if you do want to go out and about. >> good morning everyone. it's going to be a warm weekend and there are lots of great things to do. here are a couple ideas for you. first there's a special furniture and design show 20th century cincinnati features vendors specializing in mid century modern from art deco to 50s to 60s pop hardt. -- pop art.
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hours are 11-5 today and tomorrow. and the newest cars are on the market are on display at the cincinnati auto expo downtown. vehicles. they're cars, trucks, s.u.v.'s, cross overs, hybrids and motorcycles to check out. it's the best place to be if you're in the market for a new ride. >> it feels like spring outside. so why not take a look at some beautiful land scapes. you can do that at the new exhibit opening this weekend at the taft museum of art. the impression shown nisz of landscape exhibit owns featuring 15 impression shown nisz and post impression shown nisz paintings. looks great. >> for more information on all of these events and a whole lot more go to local12.com -- i'm jen dalton have a great warm weekend. >> thank you, jen. >> a real live dog hunt.
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join was a special demo in claremont county. you want to stick around for this just ahead. >> plus sisterhood of sweats. how a blue ash fitness instructor reaching women through fitness and real inspiration. >> first working to transform neighborhood.
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to get a neighbo fighting rough conditions on the west side. neighborhood activists fight to get people interested in improving their neighborhoods again. >> and forget about to saying never let them see you sweat. a local woman taking inspiration to a whole new height. >> mischief is going to be showing off her barn hunting skills. stay tuned. >> you know that doesn't look like the traditional hunting dog but we'll give her a shot. thanks for waking up with us on good morning cincinnati saturday. i'm adam clements.
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first let's check the balmy forecast. >> i love it. >> here's meteorologist brandon orr with no wait weather. >> hey, liz, adam. we have one more day of 60s today. especially since some of us already are at 50 degrees. fifty degrees is all it made it down to at the international airport. you can see lunken 44. most of us are in the 40s to right around that 50 degree mark. we do have fog around since our temperatures are falling pretty close to the dewpoint. we'll see this thicken up before we get the sun up and get a lot of this dried out towards middle town and lunken. hamilton half a mile. not all of us are seeing it. a few of us are seeing light fog. nice and clear near the ohio river with a few clouds from time to time.
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precision doppler 12 h.d. is going to stay dry until tomorrow morning. that's when things start to change a bit. you see the clouds starting to move in from the west this area in gray. notice the back edge are not too far away from st. louis. some of this will start to break up around midday or. so so that's why we have partly cloudy skies to start off today and especially late morning. by noon we start to clear out clouds. temperatures in the 60s by 2:00 o'clock. sixty-eight will be our high temperature around three or so. even by 7:00 o'clock we're into the 60s. that's going to take a while for temperatures to cool off. i think late tomorrow we'll start to cool off temperatures. coming up in fifteen minutes the rain arrives tomorrow. we'll have hour by hour timing of that plus winter weather in the seven day shortly guys. >> activists on the west side trying to improve an area of westwood. >> bracken woods lane is dealing with wide spread trash. a lot of buildings have been boarded up.
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the westwood civic association seeing there are success stories in price hill so neighbors are having a meet and greet to try to get people do something about this. they're having block watches clean up efforts and better quality of life is what they're hoping for. patty hogan from price hill is helping out in westwood. the key is to get people engaged before conditions deteriorate to the point of no return -- >> dis investment leads to flight, leads to additional blight, a loss of guardianship, and essential criminality. >> some of the other ideas she has are host basketball tournaments and involve youth in improvement efforts. hogan wants to set good guy light during up where neighbors hang out together to keep criminal elements out of the area. >> the alleged architect of
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to face-off with two former employees. they both agree to plead guilty to one count of conspiracy. they worked in william app pa tell low's office -- they are accused of bilking 100 investors out of 70 million dollars. part of the deal fairchild and riddle will help prosecutors in the case. >> construction begins in a new $40 million hospital. >> kentucky governor bevin helped to kick off work at the new st. elizabeth behavioral health building. it's right at 275 and 75. that facility expected to focus on mental health treatment and akicks shin -- addiction services. this area continues to deal with the heroin epidemic. it is one hundred 49,000 square feet expected. it will have 197 beds. four hundred people will work there. it is scheduled to open later
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>> the new animals grazing that are on the grounds now of spring grove cemetery. gets to were delivered there yesterday. they have been brought into help control invasive plants. as soon as they got there they started to do their job started mun chinning away. this is similar to a program used at another park -- mun chinning away. >> this interesting docs getting the chance to put their natural hunting skills to the test and megan moore joins us at the claremont county dog training club where pooches are getting in practice this morning. megan what do you got for us? >> well adam you made the comment earlier you said that doesn't look like your traditional hunting dog. well, sandy here says it could be all breeds. all breeds can take mart in that is that right? that's right. >> mischief is a sill can i terrier.
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they're bread to hunt rats -- she was bread in australia to hunt rats. >> any dog any size. >> this is part of the competition of the barn hunt that starts at 8:00 o'clock. mischief is at senior level. >> all right. do. you're going to put her down and there are two rats in here. she's going to have to try to find. we're going to watch her do her work here. >> she found one. all right. where's the other one? she found this. >> found it. >> look at that. she's fast. she is fast. and you said there and are going to be different levels of this. can we talk about if your dog is starting out what this
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>> sure basically this is instinct course for dogs that have never done it and tubes are not covered up. they lay them out. one has a rat. she has to find the one with the rat. then we go on the novice and they find one rat. senior they have to find four within three and a minutes. and master you don't know how many rats. >> so it gets pretty tough. >> it gets more and more difficult. >> if somebody wants to get their dog involved you say this is good for exercise and be involved in activity. how do they do that? >> you go to the barn hunt association and get a number and it comes within half hour. and then they have a schedule of all kinds of competitions in this area. and you just download a premium and send it in. >> and this is going to start off at 8:00 this morning could run all day. there are a lot of dogs taking
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when we come back we should see more dogs rolling in and getting ready for the big competition. >> so the rats are inside those tubes right? >> yeah they're inside the tubes and the dogs don't get to them. >> they don't see them. they just have to find them. >> good keeping the rats safe. that's what i'm all about. >> megan we'll check back in with you in an hour. the competition is open to the public at claremont dog training club. >> a fitness in instructor's goal is to help change women's lives. it's called the sisterhood of sweats and sweat stands for something for women who are part of the sisterhood and it's healing in many ways. >> if you've never heard of canning bar radio fitness this low impact high energy bounce and burn class could help propel
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>> it burns 50 percent work out like running so you can get a work out in half the time. >> but also a better purpose. you see linda's life mission is to get women of all fitness levels. >> to love themselves from the inside out. i believe everybody deserves to feel 100 percent great about themselves. ok. so what she wants you to know is you can get a great work out in a lot of different ways and you can support each other while you're doing this. she refers to that as the sisterhood of sweat. >> linda is the author of the sisterhood of sweat strong women empowering achieving together. those who are part of this say not only are they feeling -- >> stronger, fitter, a lot more endurance. >> but they feel like they're part of a collective movement new way. >> i love the camaraderie of the
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and i had baby eight weeks ago. to be able to come back in and still feel comfortable even though my body is not right back in the shape it was i have enjoyed every minute. >> this is to help women overcome the all or nothing when it comes to getting back in fitness. >> she says you get a chance to think i for awhile until you're back to where you were. >> i also wrote it because in society i noticed as a woman sometimes we attack each other and i wanted to bring this community together where we build each other up. >> as for why many women support the sisterhood of sweats. >> she's a big inspiration. >> she really is an inch spur race. this book is available on amazon. we have a link to it as well that is canning bar radio fitness class -- go to local12.com. >> look who is in the house.
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arriving in our studio kelly joining us from the spca. >> we'll tell you how are you can take this little guy home.
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it's all coming up on good hey there everybody. hope your saturday is off to great start a wig day of basketball.
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today in the nation's capital xavier x needed a shot and pay back at georgetown. they were one of three teams that knocked off the muskies. miles davis and crew it is all part of a bigger plan that includes the big east tournament and beyond. >> the main thing is trying to be as focused and consistent now that march is on it's way around but we got to take each game by game. we have to worry about the losses georgetown. we can win as many games we want in the regular season but postseason is our goal and that's what we're trying to do. we got to be ready for every game. >> if the bear cats weren't on the bubble in the heart breaking loss to tulsa they are now. at 19 and eight they have a solid record but with two losses their wow factor is losing luster. they simply could not seal the
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nick cronin's team were able to send it to over time but let opportunities slip away. now they got to put that loss behind them and focus on a battle at home against the huskies of yukon. cronin lamp meanting game that got away. >> -- uconn lamenting the game. >> we should have won this program. i could have cared less. i'm worried about uconn saturday at four. every game is tough. we could have won. saturday's game is going to be tough period. it's like that every time we play connecticut. >> great day of basketball ahead. noon tip for muskies red hawks at two u.c. fifth third wild cats taking on texas a&m. after losing 98 games last
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have little to be optimistic but that's what spring training is about. brian price has great arms out in good year. while they are young they aren't new to the show. last year nine rookie pitchers made 110 starts but they could use a veteran leader. let's hope that guy is homer bailey. homer bailey working back from tommy jones surgery throwing with the rest of the staff -- history hadn't continues to be on track before reporting to camp. he'll get a few more before pitching off a regulation mound. the reds expect him back a couple games into the season. you can follow me on twitter for updates while i'm out in arizona. send your questions and we'll get them answered in arizona. that's your look at sports. i'm brad steinkey. go out and make it an outstanding weekend. we'll see you soon. >> all right.
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thank you so much. it's one of our favorite times of the morning. joined by kelly from the spca. >> that's a cute face right there. >> tell us about this little guy. >> this is spark can i and he is four years old -- he is a west city lops so ops is a mix. he's very much a lap dog. he could use some exercise. he's a little chunky. >> he's a little heavy for a lap dog. >> he has so much personality. so he's been neutered vaccinated and microchipped. he comes with his hamilton dog license. he's available at noon at sharonville. >> it's one of our favorite times of the morning because we get to ask kelly questions. >> zach from westchester asking this morning i know grapes and
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will create a medical emergency. if i dropped a reason what kind sin. >> we wish we knew. we're not sure what causes the objection to said ditty in the grapes or the reasons. they tried wine grapes. they've tried khan cord grapes -- all different kinds and they don't know what causes them to be sick. also. so if they eat a grape go ahead and call the vet because they can start getting very very sick in about two hours. you have that two hour window to get them to throw it up and just to be safe. so call the vet no matter what. as i recall they make an i did can something for dogs -- if they need to. >> yes. sometimes the vet will recommend giving them hydrogen per rocks side -- >> i never knew that about grapes. >> i wouldn't think i of those
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them a piece of fruit. >> no problem. stay away from grapes. they can be toxic. >> good to know. if you'd like to ask kelly a question here's her e-mail. address that to spca cincinnati. back in our next hour with great adoptable pets. >> yes we will. >> and now a great forecast on hand for today. here's meteorologist brandon orr. >> yeah, adam. i think the parks are going to be packed with how warm it's going to be. the wind is not going to be as bad as it was yesterday. a lot of temperatures ranging in the upper 40s and 50s. north of downtown 53. college hill 51. also 53 degrees over near shef 88. a lot of areas farther away from downtown -- we have 47. indiana is 42 degrees.
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you may get some areas in the 50s and some areas in the 40s. depending on your cloud cover. you saw we didn't have anything going on. we are getting our first glimpse of clouds looking over downtown on the weather camera. here are the winds. eight miles per hour out of the west at wilmington. six miles out of the west downtown. we have clouds around pushing in from the west but there's no grain on the -- no green so there's no rain expected. you can see the hour by hour forecast anytime it's updated constantly. it shows the clouds we have around early. and then we start to be clear later on into the afternoon. look what it does. sixty-eight degrees will be our high later on today by three or four o'clock. and then it continues to fall by the upper 50s by 9:00 o'clock.
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going to feel unusually warm. so 57 in paducah. that's where the warm air continues to move in. you see a stream of warmer air pushing up to pittsburgh. they're 65 degrees in memphis a lot of them warming up into the 70s. there's going to be 80s in some areas down there at least in the deep south. not so much here but upper 60s this time of the year. can't complain about that. some clouds start to push in southern kentucky throughout the day today. that's why we're mostly sunny. look what happens tonight into early tomorrow morning. the clouds return. we even see rain start to push in. that's this area in green that goes back to st. louis. that continues to funnel through from west to east across the area as soon as sunday mornings. if you're going out and about and you want to run errands sunday morning we're going to have rain to deal with. a lot of it starts to move out in the afternoon. it's not going to be an all day
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mostly it will come during the first half of the day. most of these clouds monday are mid and high level clouds not producing any rainfall monday. i think we're going to stay dry. temperatures cool monday down to 46. you see the downward trend. forty degrees by wednesday. that's when we start to see rain move in thursday. that will bring our temperatures below average back into the 30s for highs. >> it is warm. i like that. >> yeah we'll enjoy today. it doesn't feel like the middle of february. brandon, thank you. >> block buster exhibit at the museum of art. >> first helping children with cancer. how a movement is making a
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that's coming up next on good good morning cincinnati. welcome back. each week we bring you chitio cause wire. >> how one child's unfortunate diagnosis brought hope to so many others. >> joy started team conner after her late son was diagnosed with a type of cancer that attacks developing nerve cells.
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conner to be the voice for childhood cancer. >> coins for kids with cancer became a movement because even your pocket change can make a difference. >> it's named team conner but we're fighting for thousands of kids with cancer. >> learn more at coins for kids with cancer dot org. >> the more i stood up and spoke up and said you know you will not treat me this way the more violence entered into the relationship. >> the most difficult thing for many women in abusive relationships is how to find a way out. >> that was going to be it. i -- it wasn't going to change ever. >> one non-profit in grapevine texas has created an oasis for women with stories just like these. the gate house can house 96 families while providing counseling, food clothing and most importantly a safe environment.
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supporters know that we are so grateful with all that they're doing to support the gate house family. >> to adopt a family visit gate house dot com. >> that's your chitio cause wire. >> -- a community that cares. a local neighborhood helps people bounce back from tragedy. >> makeshift location for friday night jam sessions after a general store is burned to the ground. plus a body implant. we're going to tell you about the new trend of bio hacking your own body and how it could
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easier next on good morning i've worked for jimmy john's for six years. i'm an opening slalash training manager. i hired this joke in january. and she never regretted it. i taught this guy everything he knows. yeah, but i'm still faster. faster my butt. every now and again, i like to think that people can catch up to my speed. i got faster than amber in like 2 months. his mouth got a little bit faster. when you get trained by the best, you become the best. i absolutely love making sandwiches. and i love working with people. just getting to do that every day is by far
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helping each other out a town has seen it's fair share of tragedy coming together with new hope. >> combatting the heroin epidemic. how northern kentucky police are making sure you're safe from drugged drivers on the road. >> thank you for waking up with us. i'm liz bonis. >> i'm adam clements. i'm happy because it is warm. it's 50 degrees at 7:00 o'clock
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going to continue to climb. enjoy it while you can. here's might you'll gist brandon orr with the no wait weather -- temperature. >> no chance of rain today. we have a very nice chance of rain nice sunrise. temperatures in the 40s and 50s. fifty degrees at the international airport. i wouldn't be surprised to see it drop before we get our actual low. we're in the 40s and 50s. where you have these temperatures close to 40 degrees that's where we have fog around. you can see visibility is near zero in middle town. hamilton a quarter of a mile. the airport is looking okay. five miles visibility is very light fog at the airport not causing problems whatsoever. it's very patchy north of downtown around butler county.
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12 h.d. to midday and we'll see temperatures around 68 degrees for our high temperatures. here are the clouds now. we'll wait for some more rain to develop in central missouri. that's what's going to move in during tomorrow's forecast. so coming up at 718 we'll time out that rain and talk about some snow in the seven day believe it or not that's coming up in fifteen minutes. >> all right. brandon new this morning cincinnati police are investigating a serious crash outside of cincinnati police's district 4 headquarters. >> police say a man lost control of his vehicle while he was driving on reading road in bond hill at 11 o'clock last night near the norwood lateral. he crossed the center line and hit a tow truck. the tow truck driver was not hurt but the driver of the car is in critical condition. investigators say speed and driving under the influence played a role in the crash. reading was shut down for a few
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>> neighbors look out for one another. in madisonville the neighbors are taking it to another level. >> on march 26 of 2015 the kings tower fire claimed the life of darrell gordon. we remember that. it also put 30 families on the street. that night strangers to the building's tenants offered new help. as brad underwood reports madisonville cares was born. >> four fires in mad dis -- madisonville have left families with little or nothing to show before the fire. for doctor lewis and jeffrey goswick they lost everything. >> we realized the stuff we plan managed to save is a small circle of items on the floor of the the garage. >> the two were left with nearly nothing and nowhere to go or at least that's what they thought.
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the news. >> we got a message from neighbor who just said would you like someone to be there for you? i just thought that was some nice person who was aware of how horrible it was going to be but that turned out to be one of the members of madisonville cares committee. >> it provides support in many ways but mainly helping people back. >> these are our neighbors and they're going to continue to be our neighbors and so we're really here to help our neighbors. get their lives back together. and in 11 days lewis and goswick are feeling stable again. a neighbor provided a rental house a neighbor provided food. and neighborhood is doing it's part. neighbors just say oh here you go. here's a lamp that you might need. here's some chairs that you
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it's been overwhelming and we appreciate it so much. >> lewis says without madisonville cares and the people of madisonville they might have had to move to indiana and live with family. >> it's just very strange that the things you want to get to that are better would happen after you have to drop to the very low. >> again that that is brad under wood reporting. -- brad underwood. we have more information on local12.com. >> a northern kentucky community is reuniting to help rebuild a landmark gutted by fire. packed outhouse for the regular friday night jam at the rabbit hash general store. difference last night was the location. since the store burned last weekend they rocked out in a barn across the street. keeping that tradition going because they know before long
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>> if this floor and foundation system had not remained then there was no way we could ever put something else here. >> it's just too close to the river too close to the creek. it just wouldn't happen. >> with a little help of 3d laser equipment crews mapped out the remains of the building. it's the start of bringing back the heart and soul of rabbit hash. >> fort thomas police launched heroin highway interdiction team and it is already helping the community. officers arrested a 28 year old woman they confiscated what you see here in these pictures. heroin, crack, a loaded nine millimeter handgun, a lot of cash. it happened on i-275. the task force now trying to reduce the risk to all of us by removing dangerous drug e-- addicted drivers from the roads.
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>> the investigation into how man died in butler county. someone found his body thursday night in the park in westchester township. he was reported missing last week and hadn't been seen since february the 5th. investigators have not said if his death is suspicious the person who found the body said it looked like it had been there for a while. >> kentucky governor bevin says there is a way to pay for the new ohio river without tolls. fixing the existing bridge for traffic one way and building a companion to go to the other way could cost $3 billion. bevin talked about ways to finance the project. he says that's one billion from the feds another billion from ohio and one billion from kentucky as well. >> you drive the bridge a lot? >> i have my whole liechlt not every day but enough. >> would you support tolls on the bridge to fix it up and rebuild it?
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>> i would oppose it. >> and why? >> i don't like it. i didn't like it when they had it over covington. irrelevant don't think i should have to pay to go over the bridge -- i don't think i should have to pay to go over the bridge. >> ohio would have to come up with a funding source as well. >> thank you, adam. a golding tech trend taking personal computing to it's highest level yet. it's gone from hands onto hands in. more people bio hacking their good december with implanted computer chips -- bodies. garrett has a radio frequency device implanted. he can use an app on his phone to open the dead bolt on his front door. >> program it to send a specific text turn on an alarm set a
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don't remember wi-fi. there's vast number of things you can do with the actual chip. now his chip was injected using a syringe. he had a professional do this. it cost 150 dollars. he's had it in for more than a year but says he's just recently decided to tell his parents --. >> pretty cool event happening this weekend special olympics regional basketball tournament going on today. thirty-eight teams with 600 olympic athletes across kentucky will compete in the sport of all sports. the winners will compete in the state tournament the weekend of march 11th in louisville. it starts in just under an hour and will go until four this afternoon. this is the 27th year for the event. >> women who have battled breast cancer will be honored this morning at 9:00 at the twin objection country club. the goal is to celebrate life
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gone through breast cancer. they're going to have breakfast lunch and speakers. >> coming uptake together the polls. big day. republicans in south carolina and democrats in nevada will decide who they think should be the next president. >> he really tried to do ethically right by the constitution. he didn't try to mix things up. he said this is what it is and he stood up for it. he was a man of strong faith. >> remembering about on the anyone scalia.
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the justice todd my computer's dying again. you'll need to email us so we can issue you a ticket. but you're right here. it's protocol. or, you can try staples tech services next day guarantee. it's fast and done right. i'll do that instead. that's not protocol marsha. in by noon, out by 5 the next day. staples. make more happen. good morning cincinnati. it's 12 minutes after seven. fifty degrees outside. it is warm. you're looking at the ohio river sunrise coming up. it will be a beautiful day less wind. it is just as warm brandon orr
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up in a bit. ohio governor kasich has been crisscrossing south carolina since his second place finish in new hampshire rallying supporters. we'll find out how many people listened but he does have work left to do. he's among five candidates chasing donald trump. he's got a sizable lead -- if you ask trump he says a victory in palmetto state seals the deal for the g.o.p. no make shin. >> -- nomination. >> i come to south carolina i love it. i love the people. if we can do something special here we're going to run the table. >> things much tight fur for the democrats. -- tighter. sanders within three points of clinton. sanders and clinton will try to win over the state's diverse population. they've been stressing immigration and economic inequality. >> i will immediately begin working on the priority
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congress to deal with right away and immigration reform will be among those issues. >> well they should be concerned. in america today people should not be working for nine or 10 bucks an hour. >> of course we will have our eye on both the nevada and south carolina primary. you'll be able to find updates on local12.com. we'll have the results tonight on local 12 news at 11. >> family and friends say good-bye to justice about on the anyone scalia this morning. here's a live look at the bass sill to like call of the national shrine of the immack cool late -- immack cool late conception. president obama will not be at the funeral. vice president biden will be
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justice scalia will be remembered as more than a conservative. the liberal justice ruth bader ginsburg called him her best buddy. >> still ahead you have a chance to see a block buster exhibit today. we are joined in our studio by a special guest today. her name is tamara mint i think and she is joining us on good morning cincinnati -- she'll give us a preview of the new exhibit at the taft museum of art going on right now. >> 68 degrees is where we're headed today but there's snow in
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good morning cincinnati. it's going to be a beautiful day. how about the taft museum of art opening from the origins of impression shown in his simply. it has unique things -- not going to be seen anywhere else in the united states. we're joined by tamara mint i think -- tell us about what you do. >> i'm the santa curator at the taft so i get to help out with incredible exhibition shins like this one -- >> tell us about this. >> this is an exhibition that will introduce an artist who is not very well-known now. he was famous during his lifetime. he made major contributions to
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>> i saw his name. i wasn't sure how to say it so i thought i would let you. >> let's look at the examples from that. >> well he invented a lot of new kinds of landscape including river views that had a lot of beautiful reflex shins in the water. that's something the impressionists picked up later. >> that is beautiful. >> also just developed this much more free kind of painting style. again that the impression shown anies would pick up on catching beautiful light in the sky. this is a work by vincent van gogh. he died by the time van gogh died -- but this is doeb niece's garden that van gogh visited. it was a tribute of his love for his work. >> you're bringing this in. i'm told you can see this in the
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it will go over to the overseas. >> that's right. after it looefts the taft it's going europe so this is your only time to see it -- leaves. >> you'll have it how long and how do we get in? >> it owns today to the public and runs through may 29th. so people can visit our website to get tickets. they can visit sundays for $5. >> what is a time ticket? >> a time ticket where you select the time that you're going to enter text buildings shin. >> we expect big crowds. >> so it allows you to have your place in line. >> yeah and end enjoy the exhibition without it being to crowded. >> is this an amazing thing? >> this is the biggest project the taft has ever taken. >> i think some of the things you do is really creative and dramatic.
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need to know at local12.com including how to get the time tickets. thanks so much for waking up early on a big day for you. >> congratulations. >> thank you. >> you got a great thing going on at the taft museum of art starting today. >> adam, liz. >> new this morning cyclone winston makes landfall in fee gee -- prime minister is asking all citizens to be alert and aware of the storm. it will track across the islands for the next 12 hours. wind gusts could reach 185 miles per hour. many are concerned about flooding because the country sits on low land. that is pretty impressive stuff when you look at it there brandon. >> yeah, the wind gusts are closer to 200. so that was sustained winds. you can see this is what the storm looks like right now. we have our satellite pointed
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it's on the far left hand part of your screen. there it is right over fiji -- they don't get the storm surge like we do because the water just goes around the island but they still get heavy rains and the wind. the winds alone 200 miles per hour is category five hurricane and it's not expected to weaken as it moves west. not dealing with that here but we did have gusty winds yesterday. it almost felt like a tropical storm with how windy it was. fifty-three miles per hour is the highest we saw yesterday. right now we have a wind out of the southwest at around eight. so very very light. nothing like it was yesterday. but it's still very warm out. a lot of us are into the 40s. right around 50 degrees at the airport. that's about as warm as it gets. it may drop before we get our temperatures up because we have
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they're not making any rainfall but you can see clouds. you can look in the distance and see light fog. i know visibilities is around zero. keep that in mind you might have light fog. here are the clouds. they're becoming thick right now. as we look west we'll see more breaks start to move in. you can see in central illinois more breaks moving in. we'll have clouds up to noon. we'll see mostly sunny skies. look what it does to our temperatures. sixty-eight degrees by 3:00 o'clock. that's where it's going to sit throughout the afternoon before falling back by 9:00 o'clock later tonight it's going to be warm falling into the 50s. so 50 here. fifty-seven in paducah. sixties as you get towards memphis and dallas. that's the funnel of warm air that continues to filter into the area for one more day start to move. in it's not going to be a sharp drop in temperatures.
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the thing is we're going to see the rain versus today. mostly sunny skies. clouds move in early tomorrow morning. we could see rain develop as soon as the overnight hours tonight into tomorrow morning. it could be moderate to heavy tonight as well. you see it moves north and east. and then it's done with by early afternoon on sunday. by one or 2:00 o'clock most of it is off towards the east. just a few sprinkles late sunday and we're looking good monday. just high clouds moving through. we could see rainfall amounts. our computer model suggesting an inch of rainfall. the best chance is northern kentucky. enjoy today. sixty-eight degrees. the record high temperature for today 72 degrees that was set back away back in 18 91. we're not going to reach that 72 degrees today -- but we're going to come close to it. we're getting pretty close to 70 degrees. fifty-four when we have clouds
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early sunday and most of the late afternoon i think we'll be ok. we're dry monday and tuesday. late tuesday night into wednesday we start to see rain moving in and changing over to snow during the day thursday we're trying to pinpoint where that storm system set up coming up in our next half hour. i'm going to get detailed with that storm system because it could mean very gusty winds thursday into friday back into the 30s though. >> it's an up and down roller coaster. >> i know we shouldn't complain but when it gets warm and then cold again whoa. >> i'm going to get out and enjoy it. >> if you could freeze and clone today we would be happy. >> yeah we would. you know what i'm going to do? i'm going to do singing. get your motor running. head on the highway. all right. >> coming up on good morning cincinnati we're talking the cincinnati auto expo.
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it is happening today. i'm going to sing some more. when we go to break so you don't have to hear it. >> yeah right.
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it's almost seven 30. it's a balmy 50 outside -- you're looking at our atrium weather camera. you can see the bridge lit up. a little foggy hazy but it's weekend. brandon says the rain is on the way. moment. >> in the meantime we have a couple ideas for you if you want to get out and about. >> first the cincinnati symphony orchestra will be performing a bit of spring tonight to go along with the warm weather. appalachian spring captures the vast openness of the american landscape and our country's pioneer spirit and as a bonus you can enjoy a preshow concert in the the lobby played by ed cunningham and jeffrey roberts
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and for the children's theater production cincinnati children's theater performance of snow wife -- snow white and the dancing dwarfs. >> here's a special furniture and design show at the sharonville convention center. 20th century cincinnati features vendors specializing in the style known as mid century modern. it includes art deco to 50s to 60s pop art. they'll be large furniture pieces posters lighting jewelry and dinner wear that runs from 11-5 today and tomorrow. >> and this is what you're speaking about the newest cars on the market all on display at the cincinnati auto expo. visitors can checkout 300 vehicles. they're cars trucks s.u.v.'s cross overs and hybrids. you can check it out. the man engineer says it's the
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market and looking for a new car. it might be the best place even if you're not. >> you might walk away with something you can't afford. still ahead men need pampering too. we're going to tell you about a new salon that is opening today. we'll have a preview with a special appearance. >> plus turning things around. how a local neighborhood is working to make streets safer this morning. >> a new sport for dogs. local 12 megan moore is going to join us from claremont county where barn hunt is taking place this morning.
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morning cincinnat everybody who lives on this street and anywhere else in westwood deserves to live in a clean and safe environment. >> making a change. how community members are hoping to make westwood streets a little bit safer. >> campaign 2016 continuing as democrats caucus in nevada hillary clinton supporters open an office in the tri-state. we'll have the latest. >> we're here at the claremont county dog training club in a barn hunt competition that's about to start.
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just a little bit. >> the rat gets the cheese but the dog gets the rat. looking forward to that one. thanks for waking up with us here on good morning cincinnati saturday. i'm adam clements. >> and i'm liz bonis. we'll have a quick check of the forecast with brandon orr. hi, brapd done. >> hey, liz. -- brandon. if you thought it couldn't get any warmer likely getting into the 60s for us. we're dry. it's going to stay that way until tomorrow morning. we'll have rain across the area. so enjoy the dry day today with lasts. we had peaks of sunshine every once and a while now that we're getting the sun creep up above the horizon. there was light fog in the background. it's thicker in other locations. middle town visibility is zero. so most of us are not seeing any fog at all.
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of downtown in butler county where we have fog. we have the fog where temperatures are the lowest. middle town 31 degrees. that's where we're seeing fog. sixty-eight will be our high temperature around three or four o'clock. coming up in fifteen minutes we're talking about tomorrow's rain but also snow in the seven day forecast. we go from near 70 today to snow in the planning forecast in fifteen minutes. >> a local street that has some problems with crime may soon get some help. >> you'll see a lot of boarded up buildings. just a few weeks ago someone was killed but people are trying to turn things around. angela ingram has more on their effort to make that happen. >> at bracken woods in goebel children are playing and enjoying the day but all around them tires, clothes, empty bottles and trash in general is a condition that's plagued the area along with crime.
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had quite a number of acts of violence including fatal and none fatal shootings and that most impactfully affects quality of life. >> mary jenkins is the president president. -- is a community activist. the lack of investment draws a criminal element. >> dis investment leads to flight -- additional blight, a loves guardianship and eventual criminality. in this particular case it was homicide. >> patty hogan isn't from the neighborhood but wants to bring volunteers to help. she says the clean up efforts in price hill have helped significantly.
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>> we've had basketball tournaments and invited people to come in. and we've had resources engaged the kids and provided resources for the families. >> the women have hope that they can bring together a neighborhood and keep an area safe. >> everybody who lives in this street on this street and anywhere else in westwood deserves to live in a clean and safe environment. again that was angela ingram reporting. the west wood civic association has tried to organize a block watch area so far there hasn't been enough interest. >> the alleged architect of massive local ponz sooe scheme will likely have to phase ii of his former employees -- both agreed to plead guilty to one count of conspiracy. they both worked for the office of william app pa tell lows in springboro -- and he and his wife connie are accused of
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medical i don't know dollars. they used investors money on personal expenses such as race horses. both witnesses will help prosecutors in the case. >> terrifying video out of houston shows a speeding train barely missing a school bus. you can see the train passing by inches from the bus tomorrow driver pulled across the tracks and barely made it through before the train passed by. >> we were all screaming and telling her to move forward and everyone was just really freaking out and really terrified at the moment. >> you can understand that fear. >> the driver told investigators the students were so loud she couldn't drive safely but not good enough excuse. she was fired for not following protocol. drivers to to stop 15 feet from the track open the door and look and listen. >> well going through tunnels climbing on hey bales, dogs
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hunting skills to the test this weekend so to find out more about this megan moore is live in milford. lots of pups out there. look at that darling dog. good morning to you, megan. what's going on there? >> good morning, liz. that's right. mischief sniffed out the two rats earlier this is sandy here and we have lisa and her dog kolb ball. funny adam was pointing out this doesn't look like your traditional hunting dog -- but it doesn't matter what size. >> no we wanted to show you the smallest and biggest. any dog any size. all they have to do is have desire to find the rat. we will build a maze of straw and high rats and they will attempt to find them in a time limit. so we'll be here all day. anyone that wants to come out and do this, we will help them. >> this is just a good exercise
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just an act vif tit toy for them. >> good for all breeds -- activity. >> any performance sports barn hunt ajilt i think it makes you and your dog a good team and you learn to work together. it makes them part of your family and integrated into your life a little bit more and gives them x-rays size and you exercise. >> competition set to start at 8:00 o'clock -- exercise. >> tomorrow also yes. >> already some people showing up this morning. some people coming from a little ways away. >> yeah we have a couple ladies that come from west virginia and columbus and dayton and around here. louisville and lexington. we get all those people, yes. >> kolb balt is a novice -- and mischief is a senior. >> senior. >> yes. so how does somebody if they want to get their dog involved how do they do that? >> go to to the barn hunt association and you need a number. once you have your number and
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events. so you can find one within your driving range and they'll have an entry form on the website and you can download it and enter. >> all right. and anybody who is wanting to watch the competition today you can do so but don't bring your dog. >> don't bring your dog. come yourself and find out information. >> thank you so much. i was looking forward to seeing these guys. we'll send it back to you. >> i know they're hunting for rats. is there an a reason they chose rats? i was just curious about that. >> curious about why they choose rats for the competition? >> and they're inside a tunnel. >> mainly because this started out with actually in barnes with hay and farm dogs going in and finding mice and rats so mice are too small -- the rats are bigger and smell better and easier to find. >> all right.
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kept in tunnels dogs don't get to them at all. >> right. >> thanks, meg. >> they smell better. good to know. the competition shil -- competition will be from eight to three tomorrow. adam. >> thank you, liz. >> happening today. eighteen eight fine men's salon is celebrating it's grand opening in oakley station. marvin lewis will be on hand. they will begin at noon until six. marvin lewis will be there around 1215. >> also happening today hillary clinton campaign hosting a kick off party right here in the tri-state. former mayor mark mallory will be on hand. downtown will be the hub for clinton supporters and volunteers. kick off begins at 1:30 at the office on kovac drive. >> look at this. i'm getting kisses already this
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we got some beautiful dogs. kellie are joining us from the spca. and these little guys and girls are up for adoption. if you can take one home we're going to tell you where to find them. my computer's dying again.
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fifty degrees outside. looking at the ohio river. a little morning fog hanging over the top of the river but it is going to warm up. going to be a beautiful day spring like. hope you can get out and enjoy it. >> beef jerk can i is everywhere. i didn't even know it left -- >> it's getting more popular. >> yes, it is. >> grocery stores, meat markets but what if you want to enjoy it and not blow your diet. >> i love beef jushg can i. >> there's -- hot jerk see -- hot jerk key. >> i like tear i don't think can i really. >> as to how many they have in this supermarket -- jerk ketone any mcguire says. >> there's so many i couldn't tell you. >> in fact you have more choices than ever before and many may be
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>> which would be turkey jerk see or venus son turk -- jerk see. >> the newer versions do tend to be higher in protein. >> we do need some protein in our diet one ounce of beef jerk key provides about nine .4 grams of protein which is quite high snack. >> but she does caution if you eat the whole package that's often more than one serving which can lead to higher levels of salt and fat than what is suggested for a day. >> there's a lot of people around here that love the jerk key -- jerk key. >> the good news. >> i like the venus son jerk see. >> -- jerk key. >> you may be able to find a healthy option that you favor. >> it has an earth think flavor to it. >> if you don't.
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jushg committee, elk, alligator and owsley strich jushg can i a lot of flavors and when should you eat them -- >> maybe at school sometimes. >> there isn't no bad time and maybe there's no bad jishg can i. >> we wanted to let you know this is a local company that makes this wild joe's -- the jungle jim's in fairfield is that whole display there. so i wanted to give a shout out this is fantastic jishg can i. it's making the dogs crazy in here -- we want blame them because it's really good tasting food but kelly is here joining us with great a-- pets. tell us who this guy is? >> this is smart particular cuss and he's a 4-year-old west city mix -- smart particular cuss. great lap dog. very energetic. he has a ton of personality.
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and microchipped with a hamilton dog license. he goes up for adoption at noon along with waddell's. we named her waddell's. she came in as a stray because she came in matted -- she was one huge matt and she's been groomed and cleaned up and looking good. so you could probably rename her something that might fit her sweet personality. >> she is real lovable. >> she's such a sweetheart i really love this dog. she's seven years old. she's a shih tzu. she's ready to go for the 40 dollar adoption fee. we have two adorable kittens this is larry and curly. i think most will join us tomorrow morning. they are four months old -- and they have a cool color pattern where there's white fur inter
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stop by and see them. they're $10. these pets go up for adoption at our sharon location. >> and you'll be out and about with other great adoptable pets. >> yeah jacks pets from noon to three. >> all right. and brandon is telling us it's going to be a great day if you've got to get out and about. >> yeah, it's nice. temperatures 50 degrees at the airport. others are in the 40s. harrison. where temperatures are into the 40s we have light fog. we have light fog over downtown. i know middle town had zero visibility earlier. so it's patchy up near butler county we're dry on precision doppler 12 h.d. we have mid-level clouds moving through and some will tend to break up as we get towards midday. we'll have clouds. we'll see more sunshine later on this afternoon.
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eight miles per hour. certainly nothing as bad as yesterday. we have wind gusts to 53 miles per hour at at lunken. now out of the southwest at five miles per hour. much calm measure day. -- calmer day. >> so better day overall with warm air moving through. gray is the clouds pushing in from the west. notice how it breaks up off towards the west in central illinois. that's why we expect the clouds to break up by noon or so. you can see that on the weather authority app. you can get the hour by hour forecast. it's free on the app store or google play. sixty-eight degrees will be our temperature by 3:00 o'clock. it's going hover there and slowly start to fall. even though it's falling it's not falling that fast. sixty degrees by 8:00 o'clock. upper 50s by nine, 10 or 11. it's looking really nice. temperatures 50 here. look how the warm air goes back to dallas texas 67 degrees.
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warm air continues to filter in during the day today. most of the clouds today will bell south of the area in northern kentucky and then the rest of us have mostly sunny skies. look what happens with these clouds. they shift north late tonight into early tomorrow morning. rain will follow. late tonight we'll see rain develop in the central mississippi river valley. it will push in and will continue throughout the morning hours sunday. it's going to move in early. if you're going services you'll likely have rain around. especially in ken the look can i. most of it moving in sunday -- kentucky. even sunday evening we're looking okay with high clouds around to start out the workweek monday but then our attention focuses on another storm system exactly where this low pressure is going to move. it's going to move farther east and west. it will determine our precipitation type.
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carol fully. wednesday night rain changes over to snow -- carefully. >> the snow could create a mess in the forecast wednesday and thursday that will cool us off
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right around 40 degrees welcome back good morning cincinnati. here's a look at some of your top stories. cincinnati police investigating a serious crash outside cincinnati police district 4 headquarters. >> police say man lost control of his car around 11:00 o'clock last night near the norwood lateral. he crossed the center line hit a tow truck. the tow truck driver was not hurt but the driver of the car is now in critical condition. he's been identified. investigators say speed and driving under the influence did play a role in the crash. reading was shut down a few hours but it's now back open. >> investigators are working to figure out how a man found dead in a butler county park died. the body was found thursday night in the park in westchester township. he was reported missing last week. he hadn't been seen since february 5th.
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death is suspicious the person who found his body said it looked like he had been there a while. >> final check on weather. >> looking very nice. we'll get up to 60 degrees. >> it's amazing. >> that will be the warmest temperature if we can make it up to 68. the record for today is 72 set back in the 1800s. we won't quite make it there. fifty-four degrees sunday. rain moves in tomorrow morning. we'll be here. jurors. >> yes celebrate -- we're back
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